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Lighthouse rental Wales - 4 lighthouses

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The Lightkeepers Watch
Rental from $281 Per night

The Lightkeepers Watch

Wales, South Wales, Newport 2 Sleeps 2 Sleeps (New lighthouse, no reviews yet)

Stella Cottage
Rental from $202 Per night

Stella Cottage

Wales, Carmarthenshire, St. Donats 5 Sleeps, 5 Sleeps, (4.5 / 5 out of 2 reviews)

Ariel Cottage
Rental from $202 Per night

Ariel Cottage

Wales, Carmarthenshire, St. Donats 5 Sleeps, 5 Sleeps, (4.7 / 5 out of 3 reviews)

The lighthouse of Llandudno
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The lighthouse of Llandudno

England, Wales, Llandudno 7 Sleeps, 7 Sleeps, (5 / 5 out of 2 reviews)

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Average rating of Wales: 4.7 out of 5 based on 7 reviews.

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There are over 50 lighthouses in Wales, most of which are located along the coast. These lighthouses have played an important role in the maritime history of Wales, helping to guide ships and sailors safely through the often treacherous waters around the country. Today, many of these lighthouses are still in operation, while others have been converted into museums or holiday homes. Whatever their current use, all of Wales' lighthouses offer stunning views of the coast and sea, and are well worth a visit.

 

Wales has a long and rich maritime history, and its lighthouses have played an important role in this. For centuries, these structures have stood as guides for ships and sailors navigating the often dangerous waters around the country. Today, there are over 50 lighthouses in Wales, most of which are located along the coast. Many of these lighthouses are still in operation, providing a vital service to the shipping industry. Others have been converted into museums or holiday homes, but all of them offer stunning views of the coast and sea. If you're ever in Wales, be sure to take a trip to one of these iconic structures - you won't be disappointed!

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